Does Recent News From Capstone Turbine Really Matter?

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There is one thing that Capstone Turbine does well: It lets people know what is going on through its press releases. This past couple weeks have been pretty busy, and the company has announced several deals for its revolutionary generators. While its easy to overlook small announcements, when combined together these announcements present a pretty promising case for Capstone. 

With the company expanding both geographically and in its industry across other generator applications, it is starting to show some life and may finally reach the goal of becoming profitable. In this video, Fool.com contributor Tyler Crowe discusses what makes these recent accomplishments actually matter and what investors should know before taking the plunge with this company. 


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The article Does Recent News From Capstone Turbine Really Matter? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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